Leondo Harris, 36, Indianapolis, IN

Arrested for Forgery, Class C Felony (14 Counts), Fraud, Class C Felony (1 Count), Theft, Class D Felony (6 Counts), and Counterfeiting, Class D Felony (1 Count). Anyone convicted of a Class C Felony charge may receive 2-8 years in prison on each charge and a $ 10,000 fine. Class D Felony convictions can result in a 6 month to three year prison sentence on each charge and a 10,000 fine. 

Indiana State Police began the investigation after receiving a complaint from a Morgan County bank. During the course of the investigation, detectives discovered 42 checks with a monetary value of approximately $ 40,000 that witnesses said were given to them by Harris. Witnesses stated they received checks from Harris and would cash them for him. In return, Harris would allegedly give them a portion of the cash from the forged checks.

NOTE: Arrest and booking photos are provided by law enforcement officials. Arrest does not imply guilt, and criminal charges are merely accusations. A defendant is presumed innocent unless proven guilty and convicted.

Arrested for Forgery, Class C Felony (14 Counts), Fraud, Class C Felony (1 Count), Theft, Class D Felony (6 Counts), and Counterfeiting, Class D Felony (1 Count). Anyone convicted of a Class C Felony charge may receive 2-8 years in prison on each charge and a $ 10,000 fine. Class D Felony convictions can result in a 6 month to three year prison sentence on each charge and a 10,000 fine. Indiana State Police began the investigation after receiving a complaint from a Morgan County bank. During the course of the investigation, detectives discovered 42 checks with a monetary value of approximately $ 40,000 that witnesses said were given to them by Harris. Witnesses stated they received checks from Harris and would cash them for him. In return, Harris would allegedly give them a portion of the cash from the forged checks. NOTE: Arrest and booking photos are provided by law enforcement officials. Arrest does not imply guilt, and criminal charges are merely accusations. A defendant is presumed innocent unless proven guilty and convicted.

  • Email E-mail
  • add to Twitter Twitter
  • add to Facebook Facebook

PLAN AHEAD

Top Trending Videos